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  • Egg-Nog


    Eggnog is one of those holiday traditions that is either hated or cherished. Some rail at the foamy, milky substance as if it were an abomination; others laud this elixer to the skies. However you may feel about eggnog, there is no denying that millions of people sample it and enjoy it yearly around the holidays. It brings back fond memories of Christmas by the firelight, of real Christmas trees and of Grandma producing the grandest of meals upon the grandest of all holidays.
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  • Pizza Dough (Basic)


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  • Lavash Crackers


    These are an excellent accompaniment to hors d’oeuvres or cheese boards for your casual entertaining
    Yields 1 sheet pan of crackers
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  • More Biscuits

    The secret of these sensationally light biscuits is the steam produced by a moist dough and baking the biscuits up against each other.

    Preheat oven to 475. Set a rack in center of oven.
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  • Biscuits


    Makes about 16 2-inch biscuits

    If there is one food that symbolizes how good home cooking can be, it is Baking Powder Biscuits. Measuring and mixing them is a snap, they don’t take more than 10 minutes to make and 12 minutes to bake, and you can easily make double the amount and freeze any that you aren’t going to use right away.
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  • Roasted Vegtables


    This melange of sliced winter root vegetables roasts into a chewy hash that makes a delicious side dish, as well as an addition to many recipes. Use it in stews, and in salads based on beans or grains, or serve it as a comforting meal in itself, accompanied by a few slices of aged goat cheese.
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